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Three shades of Barolo: Cerequio, Villero & Brunella

"Vinum regum, rex vinorum" Wine of Kings and King of Wines. This is one of the many definitions of Barolo, one of the most noted red wines in Italy and the world, the highest expression of Langhe’s wine culture and the beating heart of our winery. We have always done micro vinifications of our crus, Cerequio, Villero and beginning this year, Brunella alongside the production of the Barolo DOCG. The 100% nebbiolo wines made from these prestigious vines under the ‘regal’ name of Barolo preserve their peculiarities and nuances that distinguish them from each other.   Barolo DOCG Cerequio - Barolo from the ‘Riviera’ A soft and elegant wine, the Barolo Cerequio Boroli is obtained from the cru vineyards from the same name between Barolo and La Morra, always identified as a lively area with a really great microclimate that merits the title of “Riviera delle Langhe.” A harmonious and elegant taste with floral notes...

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Brunella on tour

The passion for excellence in Barolo knows no bounds

The Brunella Tour presenting our new Barolo Brunella has brought us across the Atlantic on a coast-to-coast trip and has opened our eyes to the reactive American market which is open to high-quality, new wines.

A CORNER OF FRANCE IN THE HILLS OF ALBA

Between November and December, at the splendid location of Locanda del Pilone, we have the great pleasure of organizing three exclusive evenings dedicated to grand French wines.

Thursday, November 23 we will be hosting Thomas Duroux, CEO of Château Palmer for a tasteful dinner by one Michelin starred chef Federico Gallo paired with prestigious wines such as the 1975, 1988, 1998 and 2005 vintages of Château Palmer and Vin Blanc de Palmer alter ego 2009 from the Historical XIX Century 2006 editions.

THE BAROLO THAT WAS MISSING

Thursday, 14 September at the elegant Mandarin Bistrot in Milan we presented the latest newcomer to the Boroli family: Barolo Brunella 2013. Incorporating this newcomer in a horizontal tasting that also included Barolo 2013, Barolo Cerequio 2013 and Barolo Villero 2013, we wanted to share the results of a great project with the tasters and journalists present, and at the same time, show how it is a perfect celebration of the “Boroli Taste”. Bright ruby red with light orange highlights and a clear-cut aroma with an initial liquorice note followed by fruitier ones, this “young Barolo” is the first in history to bear the name of the Boroli monopole Castiglione Falletto cru on its label. From the heart of the Langhe to the Lombardy region’s capital, we decided to complete the presentation of the new “king of wines” with award-winning chef Antonio Guida’s delicious dishes, and by gifting our guests with a copy...

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THE WINE SIDE OF NEW YORK

NEW YORK IS ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA. AT LEAST THAT’S HOW THE SAYING GOES. On our last business trip, accompanied by our importer Wine Berry, we sampled the best of  New York’s Italian cuisine, and with our Barolo we made stops at some of the most renowned restaurants -   Eataly New York Flatiron, Del Posto, Babbo, and Lupa. Our adventure in the Big Apple continued on 28 April at BurdiGala, one of New York’s most prestigious Burgundy tastings More than twenty French chateaux presented their finest labels in Manhattan’s most iconic venue, the Rockefeller Centre. Among those present were some of the world’s most renowned names - Château Palmer, Château Figeac and Château d’Yquem. Tastings were presented by a team of noted sommeliers, including Cedric Nicaise, Andrea Morris and Morgan Harris – a wine experience we won’t easily forget, and where we discovered the wine and gourmet side of the Big Apple....

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